Pink and Ink Combination (pack of 3)

Pink and Ink Combination (pack of 3)

Light and Dark Accents for Sunny Spots!

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Mild Zones and South 6-11
Item # 87816-PK-3B
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The hottest colors of the season combine in this beautiful combination of sun-loving annuals! Gorgeous and glossy near-black Sweet Potato vines offset the ultra-bold tones of salmon, pink, rose, and red found in these Petunia and Verbena blooms. Plant them in a large flowerpot, tub, windowbox, or even the sunny annual bed, and you will be admiring their beauty all season long.

Pink and Ink brings you Ipomoea (Sweet Potato Vine) Blackie, a trailing plant just 4 to 10 inches high but up to 6 feet long, with large, arrowhead-shaped leaves of purplish-black. Ready to stand up to the summer's most punishing heat and humidity, it makes a great groundcover, but also serves as the perfect backdrop to just about any blooms.

Then there's Verbena Lanai® Bright Eye, a fascinating butterfly magnet with nosegays of bright blooms that vary from pale pink to deep rose. No two flowerheads will be alike, but all will be beautiful on this mounding plant, which reaches about 6 to 10 inches high and 20 to 24 inches wide. A heat- and sun-lover, it's the Sweet Potato Vine's best friend!

Last but never least is Petunia Sanguna® Sweet Pink, an early-blooming wonder 10 to 14 inches high and up to 24 inches wide, with absolutely giant blooms of softest cotton-candy pink. They look huge beside the petite Verbena florets, and stand out form the black Sweet Potato foliage like festive trumpets. Heat and humidity are all in a day's work for this Petunia as well, and it continues its flower show right through summer and into fall, until cold weather nips it back.

We have set one plant of each type into every 4-inch pot, so the Sweet Potato Vine, Verbena, and Petunia grow up and through one another, creating a "pre-mixed" combination of colors and forms you will love. You only need 1 pot per 6-inch flowerpot. Use 2 pots for an 8- to 10-inch pot or basket, and all 3 for a 12-inch or larger container. Pack of three 4-inch pots.

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